Sony, still very much enjoying drip-feeding us all the information on the PlayStation 5 has…
As much as we’re all waiting in anticipation to see the final version of the upcoming PlayStation console, we won’t see it announced at E3 2020. Just like last year, the company decided that it won’t attend the gaming conference this year, with a more ‘global’ strategy in mind.
While everyone is hyping over the new Xbox, Sony announced an official attachment for its Dualshock 4 controller called the Back Button Attachment. As the name suggests, it adds extra buttons to the controller around back — specifically a pair of paddles to the back of the controller.
We’ve heard many a gamer call Hideo Kojima’s new title a glorified walking simulator, and…
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This may be our first proper look at the PlayStation 5 devkit, and it looks familiar, eh? Earlier this year we wrote about Sony’s sci-fi-looking patent for what could be a console.
Well so much for the future of game consoles being all-streaming, all the time. Sony’s officially confirmed the name of its next console and has also given us a release window. You can expect to play games on a PlayStation 5 from the “…holidays 2020”. That’s around November/December this end of the world, since we’ve got holidays all over the place.
Are you the sort of gamer who only has gamer friends on Facebook? Do you regularly post images and achievements from your PlayStation? Does it confuse the few tech-impaired relatives who can’t understand why you keep posting gorgeous photos of some chap named Nathan Drake? Yeah, that’s coming to an end. Sony’s officially ending Facebook integration for the PlayStation 4.
Light Start: Apple Music on web, the PlayStation ‘X’ button, BMW recalls EVs and Marvel Phase 4s logos surface
This week in light start – Apple Music is now on the web, it’s the PS cross button, BMW recalls some EVs and Marvels Phase 4 looks dope.